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"Does one really have to fret 
About enlightenment? 
No matter what road I travel, 
I'm going home." 

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"No limits, ... he thought, 
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His race to learn had begun." 
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"When one looks at it, one cannot 
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When one listens for it, one cannot 
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However, when one uses it, it is in- 
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"The great path has no gates 
Thousands of roads enter it. 
When one passes through this gateless gate 
He walks freely between heaven and earth." 

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"I spent the entire day in official details; 
And it almost pulled me down like the others: 
I felt that tiny insane voluptuousness, 
Getting this done, finally finishing that." 

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The central business of every human being is to be a real person." 

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"The wind blows hard among the pines toward the beginning of an endless past. 
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ACTIVITIES 





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Back Row: Coach Thompson, Thompson H., Stevens K., Pettersson L., Russ R., Gushue A., Dorian 
B., Pettersson J., Supple L., French M., Casey J. Middle Row: Willy N., Lydon J., Conners B., Larter 
J., Urmson C, Messmer M., MacLean A., Henriksen D., Noble L. Front Row: Demko H., Hayes N., 
Wampole M., Lang M., Sullivan P., Murphy L., Jordan D., McNiece J. 



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Track 





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Back Row: Coach Ryan, Deane C, Lane P., Russ C, Anderson F., Snover J., Hughes M., Byrnes E. 
Middle Row: Murphy B., Balboni B., Thompson B., Driscoll T., Galo T., Tileston T., Doroni S., 
Hamilton L., Muldoon P., Casey E. Front Row: Laliberte B., Fanz I., Manley R., Capt. Bullock K., 
O'Brien M., Linscott H., Capt. Lincoln M., Cavanaugh L., Balboni P. Missing: Murphy M. 



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Girls' 
Tennis 



Left to Right: Coach Mrs. 
Sides, Quain L., Leary M., 
Carpenter B., Gentile L. Miss- 
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Left to Right: Leary K., 
Bortnick B., Dwyer R., 
Fish M., Goodrich B., 
Coonce M., McDonough 
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Baseball 





Back Row: Coach Kennedy, Ward T., Phillips M., O'Connell T., Palmer D., Balema G., Cronin B., Rose E., 
Egan T., Capparotta M., Manager. Front Row: Nick, Barba, Cox B., McCarron M., Griffin J., Shaw A., 
McClanahan D., Sullivan M., Cartmill K., Cadigan J. 



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Back Row: Coach Tom Smith, PagUcia H., Zooleck R., Boyle P., Dunn J., Lynch M., Burkholder W., Miller R., Giarusso R. (Capt.). Fitzwilliams E. 
(Capt.), Smith D., Dromeshauser B., Fisher K., Suddeth S., Ribado J., Russel W., Faherty J., Coach John. Front Row: Weiser B., Remmes P., Puleo S., 
O'Mara J., Baoer C, Stevenson M., Richardson T., Cooley E., Whelan G., Werner R. 



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Back Row: Coach Kane, Eisenhauer N., Schwob A., Estabrook L., Ingdahl P., Morisette D., Corcoran P., 
Digregario K., Goudas L., Kelley J. Front Row: Boretti L., Kimball D., Stockwell D., Martin M., Eckert K., 
Meader K., Thompson B., Smart S. 



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ADMINISTRATION 

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Dr. Charles L. Vickery 
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Dr. William Mahoney 
Superintendent 



Mr. Lewis Ernst 
Asst. Superintendent 




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ADMINISTRATION: 
FACULTY 

Sr. Class Admin. 
Mrs. Dorothy Galo 



Jr. Class Admin. 
Mr. Robert O'Day 





Soph. Class Admin. 
Dr. Richard Lawrence 



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Faculty 




Paul Abrahamson 
Social Studies 



Susan Ajemian 
Home Ec. 



Joyce Amaral 
Guidance Counselor 




Philip Anderson 
English 



Walter Anderson 
Guidance Counselor 



Harwood Bailey 
Social Studies 



Steven Baisden 
Math 




Robert Barrett 
Phys. Ed. 



Sal Bartolotti 
Music 



Gordon Bates 
Science 



Marie Benard 
English 




James Berlenbach 
English 



Curtis Boyden 
Ind. Arts 



Chris Brown 
Art 



Ruth Butterfield 
Social Studies 



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Faculty 





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Richard Caldwell 
Science 



Margaret Condito 
Secretary 



Mary Connelly 
Secretary 




Edmund Conners 
Phys. Ed. 



Sue Cooper 
Home Ec. 



John Crowley 
Science 



Denver Deeter 
Math 




Catherine Devine 
Business 



Robert DiPietro 
Spanish 



Charles Dirk 
Science 



Joan Donovan 
Science 




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Frank Downing 
Art 



Jane Ellis 
Business 



Angela Epple 
English 



Charlotte Falvey 
Teacher Aide 





Charles Finn 
Spanish 



Joyce Flewelhng 
Math 



Richard Franklin 
Science 



Michael Borek 
Math 




Iris Gillard 
Social Studies 



Karen Glaser 

Math 




Ronald Goba 
English 



Meredith Gordon 
Phys. Ed. 




Joan Grimm 
Nurse 



Nancy Gustafson 
Guidance Counselor 



Virginia Hansell 
Business 




James Haviland 
English 



Joan Haviland 
Soc. Studies 



Gary Hedrick 
Music 



Douglas Holley 
Math 



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Betty Hewlett 
Secretary 



Richard Jensen 
Soc. Studies 



Maynard Johnson 
Ind. arts 



Janet Jordan 
Phys. Ed. 



James Kane 
Ind. Arts 



Jack Kennedy 
Phys. Ed. 



James Kirkcaldy 
Soc. Studies 



Elizabeth Kolodney 
English 



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Joann Lambros 
Spanish 



Thomas Lane 
Art 



William Larson 
Math 



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Fred Jewett 
English 




Muriel Kendall 
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David Lacatell 
Soc. Studies 




Lawrence Leahy 
Business 




Claudia Leone 
Math 



Peter Lincoln 
Science 



Craig Low 
Math 



Robert Magner 
Science 




Ken Matarazzo 
French 



William McCallum 
Guidance 



George Murphy 
English 



Carol Najarian 
Business 




John Nionakis 
Foreign Lang. 



Paul Noiseux 
Ind. Arts 




Gale Nutter 
Home Ec. 




Brian O'Donnell 
Soc. Studies 



Steven Olson 
Math 



Charles Ozug 
English 



John Penny 
Science 



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Linda Potter 
Tutor 



Camilla Roundtree 
Metco Co-ordinator 




Tamara Perelman 
Social Studies 



Barbara Peters 
English 



Richmond Poole 
Science 




Agnes Quill 
Business 



Louise Reilly 
English 



Carol Robison 
Spanish 




Douglas Ryan 
Latin 



Joseph Ryan 
Industrial Arts 



Dorothy Schillig 
Secretary 




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Karl Schmatzler 
Industrial Arts 



David Sharpe 
German 



Diana Sides 
Business 



Arthur Smith 
Industrial Arts 





Jane Smith 
Guidance 



Suzanne Smith 
English 



Elizabeth Stallard 
Tutor 



John Stouffer 
Science 




David Sturgis 
Ind. Arts 



Donald Sullivan 
Media 



Doris Taam 
Science 



Frank Tierney 
English 




Patricia Tiemey 
Math 



John Tinker 
Science 



Elizabeth Trubia 
Librarian 



Diane Wade 
French 




Jack Wallace 
Math 



Roberta Walsh 
Art 



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English 



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Homecoming 
1979 



Queen: 

Kathy Toomey 

Court: 

Kristen Fitzwilliam 
Susan Reardon 
Lisa Cristadoro 
Jennifer Godwin 
Susan Pinel 




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Football 





1st Row: Dunn J., Remmes P., O'Mara J., Burkholder W., Dromeshauser B., Lambert M., Snover J., Stimson B., Eckert M. 
2nd Row: Ward T., Steele E., Lane P., Puleo S., Cooley E., Laughlin J., Egan T., Pare B., Weiser B., McKenzie E. 3rd Row: 
Dummas J., Welch J., McKenzie J., Isleb A., Lynch M., Krall T., McHugh T., Burke M., Shawless C. 4th Row: Holbrook 
R., Kehoe M., Virtue M., Lambert A., Fitzmaurice J., Galvin J., Rusel W., Buckley J. 5th Row: MacAloon J., Morrison P., 
Cronin B., DaAngelo D., Paglicia H., Zooleck R., Linscott J., Claffey N., Werner R. 6th Row: Dunn J., Capparotta M. 



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1st Row: Vitti G., Riley S., Farrell D., Mount A., Walton P., Mackey D., Tones D. 2nd Row: Dedian L., Balema G., Gallatly 
J., Sullivan D., Berard M., Beatty K., McCarthy P., Wichert C., Coach Conner E. 3rd Row: Coach Low C, Miller R., 
Balboni B., Longo D., Suddeth S., McKenna J., Stuart M., Troya M., Hemberg N., Arthur" D. 



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Field 
Hockey 





Back Row: Coach Gordon, Eisenhower N., McGrath M., Hamon J., Ertman B., Messmer M., Lenahan K., Corcoran P., Shabaz L., Kaloyanides K., 
Healey E., Marglin S., Granatino S. Front Row: McGinn A., Connors B., Lewis C, Mohrfeld L., Leary M., Zeller D., Lindberg C, Casey J. 



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Cross Country 






Left to Right: Wilson S., Hauser H., Poole S., Supple L., Noble L., Lydon J., Willy N., Coach Ryan. 



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Back Row: Migill J., McGrath S., Russ C, Billard K., Byrnes E., DeBruin P., Coach Ryan. Front Row: Thompson B. 
Driscoll T., Hughes M., Anderson F., Muldoon P. Missing: Murphy M., Burnham P. 



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Back Row: Galo T., Fitzgerald W., Stanton T. Front Row: Krall G., Messina T., O'Connell T., 
Barber P., Devito J., Ireland J., Beneducci S. 



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Hockey 
Cheerleaders 



Back Row: C. Zsigalov, M. Ryan, M. Kernan, M. Howly 
Middle Row: C. Falvey, K. Fitzwilliam. Front Row: J 
Rhines, A. McClean, M. Johnson. Missing: S. Reardon, D 
Gray, B. Gordon. 




Basketball 
Cheerleaders 



Back Row: A. DeGiacomo, E. Costello, L. Claypoole, 
B. Reardon, H. Roberts. Middle Row: N. Brown, R. 
Russ, A. Gushue, B. Saplin. Front Row: L. Ruddy, C. 
Jennings, K. O'Neal. 




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Soccer 
Cheerleaders 



Back Row: J. Rhines, P. Sullivan, 
C. Falvey, M. Kernan, L. O'Hearn. 
Middle Row: M. Ryan, S. Reardon, 
C. Zsigalov, C. Jennings. Front 
Row: K. Fitzwilliam, S. 
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Football 
Cheerleaders 



Back Row: A. Gushue, S. Pinel, K. 
O'Neal, L. Cristadoro. Middle 
Row: A. Cay, K. Wichert, T. 
Cartmill, R. Gabriel. Front Row: A. 
DeGiacomo, T. Redmond, M. Mel- 
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HOCKEY 







Front Row: H. Gorman, B. Falvey, T. Galo, P. Falvey, D. Kaminiski, Capt. T. Messina, G. Balerna, N. Hernberg, J. Barret, M. Gasale, J. Hall. Back Row: 
Asst. Coach K. Duggan, P. McCarthy, M. Falvey, J. Neagle, R. Taylor, E. Rose, R. Neville, M. Kehoe, B. Thompson, B. Thome, M. Louis, G. Murphy, 
Mgr. W. Russell, T. Jantzen, Coach S. Daly. 



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Kneeling: D. Palmer, T. O'Connell. Standing: Coach S. Mortimer, D. Power, P. Barber, T. Alger, D. Martin, M. Daly, J. Smith, J. McAloon, P. Sullivan, 
G. Parades, Asst. Coach M. Gilbert. Missing: C. McKenzie, S. Riley. 



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Back row: J. Pet- 
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L. Mohrfeld, L. Can, 
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Gordan. Front row: K. 
Mohrfeld, M. Martin, 
K. Shaw, M. Pignat- 
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WINTER TRACK 





Back row — E. Marsh, K. Nelson, L. Burleigh, M. Messmer, B. Stimson, J. Snover, D. Johnson, S. McGrath, 
P. DeBruin, A. Ireton, Coach Ryan. Middle row — H. Farstad, S. Poole, L. Supple, R. Campbell, P. 
Muldoon, E. Byrnes, B. Buckley, K. Billard. Front row — D. Henriksen, M. French, P. Walton, P. Lane, }. 
Snover, J. Gellatly, M. Hughes, K. Beatty, F. Anderson, T. Driscoll. 



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Coach Roberts, R. Robinson, J. Fulton, H. Barberian, L. Hamilton, S. Fulton, E. Schuler. 



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Selene: The desire to avoid suffering is the longing to be dead. 

Meredith: Free at last, What a blast! 

Maribeth: We can't return, we can only look behind from where 
we came. 

Frank: "What a long strange trip it's been." 





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John: The grass is always greener on the other side of the hill. 
M.T.B. 

George: What we've done or left undone in the short run will 
determine the long run. 

Jackie: Keep smiling for today is the tomorrow you worried 
about yesterday. 

Paul: To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also 
dream, not only plan, but also believe. 

Mary Ann: Remember Yesterday . . . Live Today . . . And 
dream of tomorrow. 

Mary: It is good to give when asked, but it is better to give when 
unasked through understanding. 

Ted: The problem with this country today is apathy, but then 
again, who cares? 

Kirk: There was an orange, his name was Fred, someone tricked 
him and painted him red. 



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Silvia: Follow every rainbow till you find your dream. 

Robert: Maybe Tomorrow. 

Stephen: "Only 4 years left" 

Michael: "Entirely too many school days open at 7:30 sharp and 
end at 2:00 dull." 

Heidi: "Look out world here I come." 

Bish: The memory of the times we have spent together shall last 
forever. 





Silvia Beck 



Robert L. Belknap 




Bill Belmonte 



Stephen Beneduci 



Michael Berard 




Heidi A. Berman 



Douglas Birkenfeld 



Laura Bishop 



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Wendy: Half of the fun of having a friend is being one yourself. 

Janet: Always take the time to say what's in your heart. — 
"M.H.P.G.D.B." 

Bill: I really have enjoyed my stay but I must be movin' on. 

Chris: If you see someone without a smile give him one of yours. 

Nancy: Memories are not to be forgotten, for if they are forgotten 
it's like they were never there. 



Wendy Blair 



Janet Booth 




Robert Bortnick 



Pat Boyle 



Sue Ann Brash 




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Karen Bullock 



Joan Burke 



Wayne Burkholder 



Sherri: "Friendship is a gift of feeling . . . ever warm, ever 
growing." Thanks Hingham High. 

Allyson: Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you've 
been up to! 

Joyce: A dreamer lives forever ... a thinker dies in a day. 

Bull: Leave yesterday behind, and dream about tomorrow. 

Joan: Now is the time, we're ready to go into a world that we 
don't know, always P.A., L.S., .EN., J.H., J.O. 

Wayne: Things will come to those who wait. 

Kevin: Anne '79-? "Love in Christ." 

Laurie Lee: "Reality needs improvement." 




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Amanda Maria Capezuto 



Lisa Cardinal 





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John G. Can 



Lisa Can 




Thomas K. Canoll 



Tracey Cartmill 



Amanda: "The Book Worm weaves in and out of characters until 
it finds, in many different likenesses, it's own self." A.C. 

Lisa: Don't let the world change your mind. MGA. 

Beth: A friend is someone who knows all about you and loves 
you just the same. — Get psyched!! Chicki. 

John: "He who is free lives as he chooses." 

Thomas: "Never look down to test the ground before taking your 
next step: only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon 
will find his right road." 

Tracey: My rainbow; winding wildly in circles, never ending 
and simply beautiful. P.P., S.S.S. S.S.S.! G.C., K.G., M.V. 
forever — cheerleading. 



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Anne: "What's a shirt without the collar up? Chickie! M&M's! 
No. 5! Ding! S.J.!" 

William: "We won't get fooled again." 

Lil: "For ye shall have eternal life that loveth God and your 
fellow human." 

Debbie: "Green grass and high tides forever." 

Chuck: "How short would this be?" 

Kirk: "Everything is less than zero." 




Mark Casale 



Anne D. Cay 




William Chapman 



Lillian Chen 



Nancy Childs 




Debbie Cirone 



Edward T. Clark 



Kirk Clement 



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Debbie: "You haven't lived till you've loved." 

Code: "Munga, hypa, psyche, get down, baby." 

Beth: "We have grown together in sunshine and in shade." 

Julia: "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God." 

Laura: "Happiness is spiritual, born of Truth and Love." 

Frank: "What's so funny about peace, love, and understanding." 

John: "The long and winding road has come to an end of our 
school years." 



Debbie Clogston 



Karen Cody 




Donna Colford 



Beth Collier 



Julia Colvin 




Laura Colvin 



Frank Comproni 



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Ed Cooley 



Mark Cossette 



Kevin Costello 




Margaret Cote 



Amy Lynn Craig 



Karen Crepeau 



Ed: "you've got to live life that's all you do, nobody is going to 
live your life for you." 

Tubba: "Peace, Love, Tranquility" 

Margaret: Don't take the long way home. 

Amy: A thought, a smile, is how friendship begins ... a mem- 
ory is how it lasts. 

Karen: Nothing is enough for the man to whom enough is too 
little. — M.H.P.G.D.B. 

Lisa: Dreams are treasures of yesterday that cannot be stolen, 
only lost. Hold on to them with all your might, and you've got 
it made! 

Denise: To a friend's house, the road is never long. 




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Rosemary Cummings 



Katherine Gushing 



Linda Daly 




Arlene Daniel 



Brian Davis 



Ellen Dawson 




Larry Dedian 



Robin DeLuca 



Bud: The supreme happiness in life is the conviction that we are 
loved. M.H.P.G.D.B. 

Katy: Keep hold of today's dreams for they are the key to tomor- 
row's reality. 

Larry: The good times are the best times, the bad times fade 
away! 

Robin: Behind the smile you see are the tears of a clown . . . 
Always and forever . . . 



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Guido: Life is a Long and Winding Road 

Bobby B.: Reality can never be reached, you gotta go after your 
own dream. 

Larry: Success is in how hard you try at something. 

Tim: Demand excellence, refuse to accept mediocrity. 

Bouncer: "You've got to live life for yourself. You can't live life 
for anyone else." The Kinks 




Jim DeVito 



Marisa DiMonda 




Kevin Dolphyn 



Bob Doolittle 



Lawrence Driscoll 




Timothy J. Driscoll 



Bill Dromeshauser 



John Dunn 



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Toby: Look upon the rainbow and praise Him that made it. 

Egor: Que sera, sera. 

Gail Ela: . . . Beyond; where the horizon lies. . . 

Debbie: Fly high over the rainbow, proud birds, you're free at 
last. 



Russ Durant 



Toby Earley 




Michael C. Eckert 



Laura Egan 



Timothy Egan 




Diane Emerson 



Deborah Emery 



Elaine Ernst 



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Elizabeth Ertman 



Linda Estabrook 



Margaret Fairfield 





Laura Ann Falls 



Christine Falvey 



Ellen Falvey 



Betsy: Ready am I to go, and my eagerness with sails full set 
awaits the wind. 

Linda: "Let the good times roll" — June 8 

Margaret: Man's greatest handicap is his inability to see himself 
as he appears to others. 

Laura: "Laughter is the music of the soul." 

Chris: What you are, is God's gift to you. What you become, is 
your gift to God. 

David: "The game is up." 

Hanne: Smil og var glad tor huer dag som gar, sa skal du se huor 
mange venner du tar. 




David Farrell 



Hanne Farstad 



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Ignacio Faus 



Lance H. J. Ferguson 



Lynda Ferguson 





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Linda Ferrini 



Christopher Field 



Susan Fitzgerald 





Nacho: No ploris per no veure el sol, perque les llagrimes no et 
deixaran vevre les estrelles. 

Lance: SKATE 

Lynda: Nothing is impossible for the man who won't listen to 
reason. 

Linda: We've always made it thru-together-think back and you 
shall see it was a fine memory. 

Susan: Goodbye stranger — it's been nice. 

Kristen: No one can ever have a rainbow, until they have a little 
rain. 

Kathy: Do what you want to do and go where you're going to- 
think for yourself. 



Kristen Fitzwilliam 



Kathy Flynn 



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Marisa: That's the way of the world. 

Tay: "I hke it." 

Steve: A man in the dark cannot see. Dominus illuminatio mea. 

Danna: The only reward of virtue is virtue; the only way to have 
a friend is to be one. M.S., Bum. Danna, Woody, Forever! 

"Spundy baby": Live life to the fullest — smile — be happy; 
make every moment a happy experience. You only live once! 
(spunk, hema, megsta and P.W.) 

Grapes: I went shopping for a perfect ending, couldn't find one 
so I bought a new beginning. 

Jodi: "Wild horses" "Adidas" "143 Scott" "JPMTCPT" 




Brian Foley 



Marisa French 




Tay French 



Steve Fulton 



Rhoda Gabriel 




Joan Galanek 



Gay Gallivan 



Joanne Garrity 



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Kathleen: There's a lot I can learn and a lot that I've yet to see. 

Susan: It's been such a long time, I think I should be going. 

Robin: Don't do today what you can do tomorrow. 

Julie: I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and 
I love today. 

Kate: We must set the highest goals we can for ourselves, and see 
them through as best we know how, otherwise our lives are 
not fulfilled. 

Tom: Ask not what your school has done for you, but what you 
have done for your school. 



Kathleen Garrity 



Susan Garside 




Robin Gatturna 



James Gellatly 



Julie Giarusso 




Kate Gilbert 



Joan Gillespie 



Tom Gilmore 



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Jennifer Godwin 



Kim Goldberg 



Karen Gonyea 




Janis Gordon 



Lisa Goudas 



Jenny: Some leaders are born women. 

Kim: "Freebird" "Pits" "Scituate" "Joyce" "G.B.'s" 

Karen: "and I'm never going back to my old school!" 
"Countdown to Ecstacy," "Steely Dan" "My old school" 

J-Jay: We will either find a way or make one. 

Jeanne: "I've always preferred goals to quotas." 

Lisa: If you can't be an athlete, be an athletic supporter. 

Paul: It's been long, It's been fun, thank God it's done. 

James: I'm as free as a bird now. 




Paul Grassie 



James Gray 



112 




Tammy Anne Greeley 



Dianne Grundstrom 



Laurie Guarino 




Annette Gushue 



Gabriel Gyukeri 



Jennifer Haff 




Jonathan Hall 



Maureen Halpin 



Tammy: Mankind inevitably destroys all that is beautiful by 
attempting to create its own beauty. 

Dianne: Your care for others is the measure of your greatness. 

Laurie: A new day-a new way, I knew that I would see the dawn, 
you go your way and I'll go mine and life will carry on. 

Gabriel: Ain't wastin' time no more. 

Jenny: It's been a long winding road. 

Maureen: Take it where you find it. MGA 



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Len: He who drives the hardest, goes the farthest. 

Jane: God is truth and light His shadow. 

Suzy: When you try to make an impression, that is the impres- 
sion you make. 

Maura: I believe the future is only the past again, entered 
through another gate. 

The Bud: It's a new day, new time and there's a new feeling in 
the air, so pick it up now! 

Hekd: . . . It's better to burn out than it is to die, Hey, Hey, my, 
my. 





Leonard Joseph Hamilton 



Jane Hamon 



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Suzanne Hansel 



Maura S. Harling 



Jeffrey Stanton Healey 



John Heapes 



Glenn Hayes 




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Mike Hegarty 



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Ted: It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do 
that is the secret of happiness. 

Donna: You are a free person. I am so happy because in your 
freedom you chose me to be your friend. 

Jenny: Many the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be 
always at your back, may the sun shine warm upon your face, 
and the rain fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet 
again someday, may God hold you in the palm of his hands. 
And the memories that we have shared linger on and on. 

Paul: Over the teeth and through the gums, look out liver cause 
here it comes. 

Pam: I can do everything through Christ who gives me strength. 

Cheryl: It's not red, it's strawberry blonde!! Really . . JPMTCPT 

Michael: The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time. 



Edward Heney 



Donna L. Henrikson 




Jenny Herzbrun 



Paul Hirtle 



Pam Hiscock 




Michael Hughes 



Edward Hunnefeld 



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Teresa A. Hunnefeld 



Jim Ireland 



Don James 




Mary Lee Jasinski 



Carol Jennings 



David A. Johnson 



Jim: Life ends someday. Make the best of it now. 

Don: If I can't do great things, I will do small things greatly. 

Mary Lee: We the willing, led by the unknown, have done so 
much, with so little, for so long, We are now qualified to do 
anything, with nothing. 

Carol: Full of pep, full of fun, a laugh and a smile for everyone. 

D.J.: Listen to the music! 

Michael: There is only one kind of honesty, either you are or you 
aren't. 

Doug: The future is never hard to see, as long as you try. 




Michael Johnson 



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Douglas E. Jones 



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Susan Marie Jones 



Cindy Joyce 



Kathryn Kaloyanides 




David Kaminski 



Peter Kardok 



Robert Kehoe 




Kathryn Kelley 



Donna Kennedy 



Cindy: Seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened. 

Kathy: We do not remember days, we remember moments. 

David: Can you say that? 

Beau: Our yesterdays and todays are the blocks with which we 
build tomorrows. 

Katie: For those who laugh may God laugh with you. For those 
who do not, may God teach you.. 



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Robert Kessener 



Louise King 



Julie Koehlinger 





Carlos Kommer 



Keith Kruithoff 



Carolyn Kurciviez 




Ellie Lahive 





Jim Lalli 



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Julie: "Love when you can, cry when you have to, be who you 
must, it's a part of the plan." 

Ellie: You don't get nothin' for nothin'. 

Greg: Happiness in life comes of the capacity to feel deeply, to 
enjoy simply, to think freely. 

Terri: If you've gone this far, don't stop. It's not the end, it's just 
beginning. 143 .. . JPMTCPT 

Skeets: The wildest colts make the best horses. 

Martha: You see things as they are and ask "why?" I dream 
things that were and ask "Why not?" 



John Lalli 



Gregory B. Lally 




Matthew Lambert 



Terri Lamm 



Peter Lane 




Jeff Laughlin 



Karen Leach 




■'*-r* 



Martha A. Leary 



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Kathleen M, Lenahan 



Nanci Levin 



Carol Lewis 






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Lorraine Lincoln 



Clare Lindberg 



Stephen Linscott 



Kathleen: "Sometimes I can laugh and cry and I can't remember 
why, but I still love those good times gone by. Hold on to them 
close and never let them go." 

Wazoo: "There is a road, no simple highway. And if you go, no 
one may follow. That path is for your steps alone." 

Carol: "Special joys, special places, special friends together; the 
moments pass so quickly, the memories are forever. 

Lorrie: "Love is like a butterfly, it goes wherever it pleases and 
pleases wherever it goes." 

Clare: "Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes. I'm afraid its time 
for goodbye again." 

Missy: "I have friends to discover, and a great many things to 
understand." 

Patricia: "Your young you'll get over it. Wear it out! JPMTCPT" 




Melissa Locke 



Patricia Long 



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Andy Loomis 



Maria Lydon 



Robert MacBean 




Gregory MacCune 



Dan Mackey 



Kathy MacMeeken 




Kevin Richard MacRae 



Linda Madden 



Andy: "One of the greatest disadvantages of life is to be blessed 
with potential." 

Wazoo: "May I never forget the great friends, the incredible 
parties and the excellent music!" 

Greg: "I would like to be remembered for making things a little 
better." 

Dan: "Remember, Harborlight Mall November 4, 1979. Nice legs 
Troy." 

Kathy: "To have a friend is to be a friend. Thanks J.G., D.M., 
N.C., T.L." 

"Mac": "Without dreams, of hope and pride, a man will die. 
'Children of Sanchez'." 



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Susan: "If I hadn't done it someone else would have done it 
before me; L.P.D., Bony & Rida." 

Jane: "Follow all the paths you find, forever winding, forever 
free." 

Shirley: "Well no telling where I go from here. I'm so very tired 
and. my thoughts aren't clear." 

Stephanie: "Remember yesterday. Enjoy today. Anticipate to- 
morrow." 

Mimi: "Sorria, mesmo que seu sorriso seja triste, pois mais triste 
que um sorriso triste e a tristeza de nao saber sorrir." 

"Munchkin": "Good things come in small packages." 




Sharon Mahoney 



Susan Manchester 




Stephen Manley 



Jane Manton 



Shirley Marchesiani 




Stephanie Marglin 



Erminia M.M. Marquezi 



Sheri Marshall 



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David: "Free by a world of marsh that borders a world of sea." 

Ken: "Now the fun ends and the work begins." 

Marie: "In the heart of the soul there is a wordless song. (M, H, P, 
G-D, B!]" 

Leslie: "Happy are those who dream dreams, and are ready to 
pay the price to make them come true." 

Kathy: "ICuidado de los tios verdes!" 

Paul: "What you think of yourself matters more than what others 
think of you." 

David: "A new day will dawn for those who stand long; the 
forests will echo with laughter." 



David Martin 



Ken Martin 




Marie T. Martin 



Jeffrey Mayo 



Leslie Mayo 




Kathleen McCarron 



Paul McCarthy 



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David J. McDonald 



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Sean McDonough 



Barbara McGrath 



Jean McGrath 




Monica Marie McGrath 



Michael Mclnnis 



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Jacqueline McKenna 



Sean: "I would much rather have men ask why I have no statue, 

than why I have one." 
Jean: "There's a light at the end of every tunnel." 
Monica: "A quote is better than none at all." 
Jackie: "You can give without loving, but you can't love without 

giving." 
Ed: "Fill your water bed with beer and get a foam mattress." 
Peter: "If you are not satisfied with yourself strive until you 

reach your goal." 




Ed McKenzie 



Peter McManus 



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Wi 



H. Samuel Meader 



Jeffrey Meisler 



Brian Megquier 




Anthony Messina 



Marie Messmer 



Nancy Mindick 




Lynne Mohrfeld 



Andrew Mooradian 



Sam: May the four winds blow you home again. "I like em", 
mountain climbing, P.J.L. 

Jeffrey: Salve et suge! 

Brian: Cogito ergo sum. 

Tony: Why take life serious, you'll never get out of it alive. 

Marie: We shape our lives not by what we carry with us but by 
what we leave behind. 

Nancy: No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings. 

Tex: Grace under pressure. 

Drew: Don't know quite what to do. I've been acting my life in 
phases. Is it really true that they're keeping us locked in 
cages? 



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Cam: Lose your dreams, and you may lose your mind. 

Susan: A little smile goes a long way. 

Francis: A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the 
wisest men. 

Joe: If I don't see you no more on this world, I'll meet you on 
the next one and don't be late. 

Debby: Those who worry about tomorrow never live today. 

Alan: For us, there is only trying. The rest is not our business. 

Mullibar: Smile is the sensation of feeling good all over and 
showing it in one spot. 

Liz: Take things as they come, but try to make things come as 
you would like to take them. 





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Camela Moore 



Susan Moore 




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Francis Morana 



Joe Moriaty 



Deborah Morissette 




Alan Mount 



Laura Mullane 



Elizabeth M. Mullen 



126 




Matt: To accomplish is a victory. To accomplish well is a mira- 
cle. 

Moe: "Still", "Go for it", "Adidas", "143 met", "JPMTCPT" 

Susan: Sweet is success attained through manifold struggles and 
hard toils. 

Ellen: Lively up yourself! J.J.J. & L. Forever. 

Lori-ann: Such a long time to be gone, and a short time to be 
there. MGA. 

Nilas: Den som gapar efter mycket, four kaeken ur led. 



Daniel Murphy 



Matthew Murphy 




Maureen Myers 



Susan Nalbandian 



Ellen Nally 




Lori-ann Nardo 



Niklas Naslund 



John Neagle 



127 




Richard Nese 



Richard Stephen Neville 



Brian Noble 




I 




Laura Noble 



Jennifer Norris 



Thomas O'Connell 



Richard: "It's been real" and thanks for everything Marcy M. 

Laura: As if you could kill time without injuring eternity. 

Jenny: The most wasted of all days is a day we have not laughed. 

Tucker: Life is a gift to be lived; not a problem to be solved. 

Lynne: Friendship is like a precious gem, the longer you trea- 
sure it, the more valuable it becomes. 




Maureen O'Donnell 





Lynne O'Hearn 



128 




Timothy O'Keefe 



Jana O'Mara 



Jeff O'Mara 




Kathleen O'Neal 



Cristina Orero 




David Palmer 



John Pappas 



Jana: "I'm sailing away; hopefully far away always. EN, TB, LS, 
JH. 

Kathleen: From the quiet homes and first beginnings, out to the 
undiscovered ends, there is nothing worth the wear of win- 
ning but laughter and the love of friends. 

Chris: The worth of a man isn't in what he attains, but in what he 
longs to attain — AS. 

Cristina: "Parar el mundo que me quiere bajar!" 



129 



Lauren: Do not fret for gifts come from above in their own pecu- 
liar ways. 

Julie: How's life? Now that it's over, when's the reunion? Bas- 
ketball, Steve Martin. 

Eric: Only those who think they've failed have. 

Megan: Don't take yourself too seriously; laugh, and you will 
love and learn. 

Nancy: People who matter are those aware that everyone else 
does too. 





Brian Pare 



Lauren Paul 






Patricia Pendoley 



Nancy Peterson 



Julie Pettersson 





Eric Phillips 



Megan Pignataro 



130 



Sue Pinel 




Sue: Life goes on with the memories left behind forever. Cheer- 
leading 
Baye: Forever questing the unconquerable sv^^amps. 

Maria: When you think you've completed life's puzzle, someone 

hands you another piece. 
Steve: Make the best of what you have now, and continue to live. 

Pat: Smile our day is finally here! 

Rat: Green grass and high tides make me a fool for the city. 



Stephen D. Pizzelli 




Robert J. Player 



James W. Powers, Jr. 



Maria Prestia 




Stephen Puleo 



James Rattray 



Pattie Rawlins 



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dk 



Rob Raymond 



Susan Reardon 



Kathryn Redmond 




John Reichardt 



Paul Remmes 



Todd Rhodes 



Raym: Taxation shall never return. 

Susan: If all my attempts in whatever I do, turn out worse than 
they intended to, I will lift my head, smile not cry, relax and 
say at least I've tried. 

K.C.: Take time to laugh, it's the music of the soul . . . Lion. 

Paul: Track's alright but it takes balls to play Lacrosse. 

Dusty: Dusty, the American dream rules all. 

Doctour: Remember those Lalli boys and the cabin. 




Billy Richards 



Kirk W. Richner 



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Stephen Riley 



David A. Rizzotto 



Stead Rogers 




John Rogers 



Scott Rodgers 



R. Edward Rose III 




John S. Routhier 



Marje Rubbo 



Rocket: You don't have to know where you're going, as long as 
you're on your way. 

David: R.U. READY 2 ROCK? 

Skitter: Animals have feelings too. 

Routy: Smile if you like to crank! 

Marje: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you. Bless 
those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you. 



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Laurie: Never wait or hesitate, get in there before it's too late, 
'cause you may never get another chance 'cause it's a mask, 
but it don't last, live it long and live it fast. 

Janice: People tell me that I'm crazy — that's nothin that I didn't 
know . . . FM 

Bonie: Back in the saddle again. 

Prima Salsa: This is my Turning Pointe. 

John: Car and motorcycle freak. 




Laurie Ruddy 



Janice Rudenauer 




Joe Ruffini 



Robert R. Ruth 



Maureen Katherine Ryan 




Paul Schaefer 



John Schiavo 



Susan Schuka 



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Johanneke: All Educated Americans come to Europe. Don't ask 
what kind of Europeans come to America. 

Jay: Inner tranquility is the only means by which one can 
achieve the goal beyond materialism. 

Tim: Everyone we meet becomes a part of us and we a part of 
them. 

Dan: Have faith and be strong. 

Susan: All the world's a stage, and all the men and women 
merely players. 

Ted: Even a little Breeze Rocks the Boat. 

Greg: Thank God it's Friday! 



Johanneke Smeding 



John Smith 




Jay C. Snover 



Tim Snowber 



Daniel G. Snyder 




Susan Sommer 



Edwin Souther 



Greg Spriggs 



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John Stearns 



Edmond Steele 



Cheryl Stilphen 




Robert C. Stimson 



Linda Stoehr 



Jane Studley 



John: Life's been good and getting better. 

Edmond: God helps those who help themselves . . . so it looks 
like I'm going to make it. 

Stimmer: "Not Quality but Quantity — B.L.S. Strikes again." 

Linda: Is this the end, or just the beginning? 

Jane: You do not know me, nor will you ever; Unless I let you. 

Nancy: If you have love in your life, it can make up fo^ a great 
many things you lack. If you don't have it, no matter what else 
there is, it's not enough. 

Sully: Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear but with 
a manly heart. 




Nancy Sturgis 



David N. Sullivan 



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Karen E. Swanson 



Pamela Tambeau 



Robert Taylor 




Paul Tegen 



William Terman 



Lauren Thibault 




Heather Thompson 



Jeffrey Thompson 



Pamela: "Can I just tell you something" ... I will survive, 
Always and Forever. 

Paul: Do not lead, for I may not follow. Do not follow, for I may 
not lead. Just walk beside me and be my friend. 

Heather: This day will never come again. 



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Stephenie: A friend doubles the joy and halves the sorrow. 

Scott: "There comes a Time." Neil Young 

Jean: "Let the good Times Roll' — June 8 '79 

Jane: The best things in Life can never be kept, a kiss, a smile 
and Love — Kirk. 

Ann: I can because I think I can. 

Maureen: Good luck to all, strive for your dreams. 

Mickey: Yesterday cannot return and tomorrow won't be the 
same. Good Luck to all. 




Stephenie Thompson 



Scott W. Thorp 





Jean Threlfall 



Jane Thurston 



Valerie Tocchio 




Ann Schwob 



Maureen Scioscia 



Michelle Scioscia 



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Donna Scothorne 



Donna: "Humble thyself for there is a place of quiet and rest." 
peace and understanding be with you. 

Laura: Take advantage of life, it takes advantage of you. Always: 
J.B, J.H.,E.N.,].0.. W.C. 

Jay: The stone which the builders rejected has become the head 
of the corner. 

Karen: That which grows slowly endures. 

Martha: In every moment there's a reason to carry on. GOD, SSl, 
Pit, HCO, AFS, Sally. 

Lynn: Light of love to live by. Wine of friendship to share. Bread 
to nourish heart and soul. 



Laura Sestito 




Jay Shafto 



Karen Shaw 



Martha Shaw 




Kevin Shea 



Robert Sherman 



Lynn Shorey 



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David Ulfelder 



George Ullrich 




Sally Vafides 



Michael Verrochi 



Thomas Vickery 



Kathy: Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken 
winged bird that cannot fly. 

George: I cannot heave my heart into my mouth. 

Sally: Let the good times roll. June 8, 1979. 

Mick: As I treat danger, a pure collection, as I throw away mis- 
conception, I'm going for the one. 

Thomas: T.G.I.O. Thank God It's Over. 




Heidi Visser 



Gerard Vitti 



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Kyle Walker 



Maureen Walsh 



Paul Walton 




Alan Wanders 



Tom Ward 



Nancy Warden 




k ! J 

Jean Watson 



Robert Weiser 



Jerry: Seize the day, for in it holds the opportunities and memo- 
ries of tomorrow. 

Pablo: The love you have for someone special is something you 
should cherish for the rest of your life. 

Nancy: Silences make the real conversations between friends, 
not the saying, but the never needing to say is what counts. 

Jean: . . . that we may have life and may have it abundantly. 
JohnlO:10 



141 



Ocean: There are many dreams, but only you can make them 
come true. 

Kim: If you do not understand my silence; you will not under- 
stand my words. 

Julie: Flapping your arms can be flying. 

Peter: The good times are the best times, the bad times fade 
away. 




Beverly Whalin 



Cai Whitchert 




Kim Witchert 



Julie Williams 



Kristen Yarlott 




Pamela Yetman 



Deborah Zeller 



142 




Debbie: There's a light in the depths of your darkness — let it 
shine. 

Ski: They lost because they did not listen to the captain. 

Deb: We are all travellers in the wilderness of life, and the best 
we find is an honest friend. 

Don: To be rich is no longer a sin — it's a miracle. 

Di: Today there is a smile floating on the wind. Smile with it 
. . . because you know it comes from me. Peter R. Stone. 



Ted Barry 




Thomas Zielinski 



Deb Zsigalov 



Don Doroni 




Seniors 
Tod Carrigan 
Carl DiNunno 
Richard Dolphyn 
Gail Ela 

Michael Faubert 
Kim Franklin 
Leo Fraser 
Mary Goldrick 
Mike MuUin 
Debby Moraco 
Carl McKenzie 
Mark Patterson 
Ann Scott 
Chuck Scully 
Bob Sholler 
Ken Smith 
Preston Williams 



Diane Creighton 



Kathy Monaco 



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Senior 
Class 
Play 



"Stuck 
Pot" 






Senior 
Grade Administrator 






Producer: Tom Carroll 
Director: Julie Pettersson 



Mary-Ellen Gallagher 



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In Appreciation 
Dorothy Galo 




The Senior Class wishes to thank you, Dorothy Galo, for being our Grade 
Administrator before becoming Department Head of the Mathematics Cur- 
riculum. More important is to thank you for being our excellent friend and 
teacher. 





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Chorus 



Back: J. Coletti, M. 
Farnham, B. Saplin, 
H. Visser, K. Asnes, G. 
Lally, P. Hiscock, J. 
Shafto, M. Holland, B. 
Ciccolo, A. Meisler, P. 
Muldoon, J. Duggan, 
J. Meisler. Middle: M. 
Arena, S. Sommer, D. 
Coronite, M. Diaz, C. 
Vaughn, J. O'Brian, D. 
Cameron, D. Sommer, 
M. Melvourne, L. 
Murdy, C. Street, M. 
Vigneau, R. Fox, B. 
Megquier. Front: S. 
Hansel, M. Muller, 
S. Marshall, J. Es- 
chweiler, K. Ma- 
honey, K. Gushing, 
L. Pettersson, G. Russ, 
J. Pettersson, ]. 
Leonard, S. Black- 
wood K. Harrington, 
O. Boris. 




Drama Club 



Thespians 




Back: P. Hiscock, K. Mahoney, C. Jennings, L. Govin, L. 
Walton, S. Sommer, M. Holland. Middle: G. Lally, B. 
Megquier, J. Golvin. Back: J. O'Brian, J. Meisler, K. Gush- 
ing. 



4th row: S. Sommer, J. Golvin, L. Walton, J. O'Brian, G. Jennings, G. Gho, G. Lally, D. Svedman, B. 
Megquier, E. Fee, J. Borowko. 3rd row: L. Golvin, K. Asnes, G. Vaughn, M. Arena, D. Sommer, J. 
Leonard, A. Meisler, M. Leonard, R. Knab. 2nd row: M. Holland, M. Muller, M. Rarnham, J. 
Pettersson, E. Schnabel, M. Diaz, K. Lally. 1st row: K. Gushing, K. Mahoney, J. Meisler, P. 
Hiscock. 



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Flag Bearers 



Stage Band 





4th row: J. Bertner, M. Pearce, K. Beatty, M. Vigneau. 3rd row: E. 
Norton, T. O'Brien, L. Colford, J. Armstrong, H. Visser, L. Quain. 
2nd row: J. Baylow, L. Rydin, G. Godwin, P. Morrisson. 1st row: 
L. Enzaldi, J. Leonard. 



Orchestra 



4th row: K. Mahoney. 3rd row: O. Harling, C. Srping, 
K. Lally. 2nd row: J. Eshcweiler, M. Muller, D. Coro- 
nite. 1st row: K. Gushing, S. Blackwood. 



Band 





%..i,^^^ 



4th row: K. Grundstrom, L. Rydin, J. Baylow, J. Armstrong, M. Leonard, J. McGill, J. Scholler, S. Noble, G. 
Godwin, J. Scalli, L. Billard, P. Spena. 3rd row: G. Marshall, A. Guller, S. Wilson, E. Norton, J. Eschweiler, C. 
Quain, S. Johnson, L. Quain, P. Franklin, C. Dawe, L. Colford, D. Cody. 2nd row: S. Lucas, O. Harling, M. 
Pearce, T. O'Brian, K. Asnes, C. Vaughn, P. Nionakas, J. Bertner, M. Fairfield, M. Vigneau, R. Hood. 1st row: 
M. Cole, M. Muller, M. Holland, K. Beatty, H. Visser, T. Greeley, S. Marglin, M. Ryan, J. O'Brian, }. Leonard, L. 
Enzaldi. 



4th row: E. Norton, H. Visser, M. Vig- 
neau. 3rd row: M. Pearce, J. Leonard, M. 
Shaw. 2nd row: L. Quain, J. Baylow, C. 
Quain. 1st row: C. Vaughn, T. Greeley. 



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Ski Club 




Back row — B. Stimson, S. Puleo, G. Loomis, J. Lydon. Front row — A. Robinson, J. Magill, E. Marsh, S. 
Brown, E. Howard, F. Argiro. 



Classics Club 



Photography 
Club 





Back row — K. Mahoney, J. Fulton, J. Shafto. Front row — J. 
Weston, S. Fulton, E. Norton. 



Back row — J. Meisler, N. Peterson, A. Needel, L. Walton, B. Meg- 
quier. Front row — J. Weston, C. Cho. 



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Harborlight 



Fourth row — J. Weston, B. Megquier, L. Pettersson, A. Gorfinkle. Third row — M. McManus, L. Walton, P. 
Hiscock, E. Schnabel, H. Breed, B. Broderick, K. Gonyea, E. Kent, A. Needel, M. Hughes. Second row — J. 
Rattray, J. Williams, S. McDonough, B. Collier. First row — A. Casciato, J. Meisler, M. Locke, L. Chen, L. 
Mohrfeld, J. Watson. 



Spanish Club 



Pegasus 





Third row — J. Williams, L. Chen. Second row — N. Faus, S. Nalbandian, M. Shaw, 
L. Mullen. First row — D. Zsigalove, C. Joyce, T. Earley. 



Fourth row — B. Megquier, C. Cho. Thrid row — J. Rattray, 
G. Lally, B. Broderick, M. MacNeil. Second row — J. Wil- 
liams, A. Craig, C. Lewis, J. Meisler. First row — Amy 
Needel. 



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Senior 

Class 

Officers 



Back: T. Snowber (treasurer). Front: C. 
Falvey (vice president), C. Brown (presi- 
dent), B. Carpenter (secretary). 




National Honor Society 




1st row: W. Blair, M. Messmer, J. Hamon, T. Earley, B. Ertman (sec), C. Joyce (treasurer), L. Chen (pres.), A. 
Mount(VP), C. Jennings, J. Williams, S. Sommer, S. Marglin. 2nd row: T. Snowber, J. Watson, M. Locke, S. 
Reardon, K. Fitzwilliam, M. French, L. Estabrook, M. Ryan, S. Brash, P. Hiscock, M. Arena. 3rd row: K. Crepeau, L. 
O'Hearn, N. Peterson, C. Lindberg, S. Brown, D. Zeller, C. Lewis, M. Harling, D. Grundstrom, H. Visser, S. 
Nalbandian. 4th row: K. Beatty, J. Shafto, S. Fulton, J. Pettersson, C. Brown, T. O'Connell, M. Barnes, L. Noble, N. 
Sturgis, T. Greeley. 5th row: L. Hamilton, G. MacCune, M. Hughes, B. Weiser, M. Murphy, L. Mohrfeld, J. Meisler, 
E. Phillips. Missing: K. O'Neal, E. Falvey, C. O'Neill. 



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Student 
Council 
Officers 



M. Jasinski (Treas.). M. Hughes 
(V.P.), S. McDonough (Pres.), S. Han- 
sel (Sec). 



Student Council 




Back row — J. McAloon, P. Morrison, T. Snowber, T. O'Connell, A. Mount, G. MacCune, G. Murphy, B. 
McCarthy, N. Hernberg, C. Brown. Fifth row — J. Dumas, M. Navin, S. Manjos, B. Price, L. Carr, L. Shea, 
J. Watson, L. Burke, M. Stuart. Fourth row — M. Murphy, M. McGrath, }. Snover, P. Muldoon, R. Miller, 
T. Galo, K. Shaw, S. Brown, M. Dwyer, D. Carroll, L. Weiss. Third row — L. Chen, A. Warden, S. Savola, 
J. Casey, A. Ireton, J. Magill, P. McCarthy, K. Fitzwilliam, S. Reardon, B. Collier, M. Pignataro, B. 
Carpenter. Second row — M. Walsh, L. Gifun, J. Cundari, E. Costello, H. Thompson, J. Godwin, M. 
Arena, N. Warden, M. Leary, M. French, C. Falvey. First row — S. McDonough, S. Hansel, M. Hughes. 



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Math Club 




Sophomore 

Class 

Officers 



Seated — M. Chen, L. Hamilton, O'Neill. Standing 
— S. Nalbandian, T. Earley, L. Chen, C. Joyce, E. 
Norton, J. Shafto, S. Fulton. 



Junior Class Officers 





J. Magill (Treas.), P. Morrison (V.P.), G. Murphy (Pres.), D. 
Yarrow|(Sec.) 



French Club 




Back row — P. Burdette, E. Kent.Third row — J. Fulton, A. Lydon, H. Roberts, L. Berry, 
J. Casey, S. Smith, T. Redmond, M. Milburn. Second row — E. Schnabel, M. Holland, 
G. Manley, B. Dorian, L. Claypoole, S. Savola, D. Riley, L. Walton, B. Dillon. First row 
— S. Riley, D. Svedman, A. Casciato, M. Chen, R. Russ, J. Lydon, N. Hall. 



S. Manjos (Treas.), M. Navin (Pres.), P. Muldoon (V.P.), 
D. Carroll (Sec). 



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Yearbook 




3rd row: K. Fitzwilliam, D. Henriksen, D. Grundstrom, A. Mount, B. Collier, J. Norris, S. Thompson, B. 
Megquier, P. McCarthy, M. Barnes, K. Kaloyanides, S. Nalbandian. 2nd row: C. Falvey, C. Jennings, S. 
Reardon, C. Lewis, M. Shaw, M. French, }. Meisler, M. Hughes, C. Brown, G. MacCune, B. Ertman. 1st 
row: K. Redmond, J. Watson, N. Warden, J. Pettersson, K. O'Neal, M. Murphy, M. Locke, B. Carpenter, S. 
Brown. Special thanks to Diare Gudstrom and Jean Watson. 



Foreign students 



AFS 





3rd row: N. Fans, M. Marquezi. 2nd row: J. Smeding, H. 
Velazquez, N. Naslund. 1st row: N. Ortiz, C. Kommer, H. 
Farstad, C. Orero. 



5th row: J. Baylow, A. Culler. 4th row: M. French, E. Schnabel, M. 
Harling, J. Smeding, N. Peterson. 3rd row: S. Brown, M. Shaw, M. 
Marquezi, L. Paul, C. O'Neill, J. Lydon. 2nd row: G. Loomis, T. 
Snowber, D. Grundstrom, L. Chen. 1st row: C. Kommer, N. Faus, H. 
Farstad. 



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Drama Club's 



Thanks to Dr. Sommer for 
photographs of 
production. 




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154 



Anything Goes 





155 




Gang 





157 




Gang 





159 




BEST WISHES 

CLASS OF 

1980 



LINCOLN GARAGE 
SERVICE CENTER 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1980 

TWIN CITY 
CLEANERS and LAUNDERES 



BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1980 

MOBIL STATION 
HINGHAM CIRCLE 

HINGHAM HARBOR 



PATRONS: 

Standish Publishing Inc. 

Dallas and Nancy Spriggs 

The Megquier Family 

The McKenzie Family 




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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS 

OF 

1980 

ARCHER KENT 





DI SCOUNT HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS 



CHRYSLER 



Marine 



749-4949 



GOOD LUCK 
TO AL 



PHONE 
749-4949 




Dealers for Chrusler, Marine Products, Angler Boats, 
Shoreline Traile rs, and everyt hing , Marine 



CHARLIFS 




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BUILDING 32 

HINGHAM. MA 02043 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS 

of 

1980 

FREEWHEELIN CYCLERY 



ELENA SESTITO FLORIST 


Station St. 




South Main St. 


Hingham, Mass. 




Cohasset, Mass. 


749-2045 


Cohasset Division 

Route 3A 

Garden Center 


383-1966 



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THE SENIOR CLASS 


THANK THE FOLLOWING 




PATRONS 




Linda and Earl Alger 


Ann Gallivan 


Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mooradian 


Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson 


Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Gellatly 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Mullane 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson 


Bill and Suzanne Giarrusso 


Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. Murphy 


Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Arena 


Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Gorfinkle 


Mr. and Mrs. Haig Nalbandian 


Mr. and Mrs. James L. Barry 


Mary E. Goudas 


Nancy and Don Noble 


Mr. and Mrs. Willi Beck 


Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gray 


Mr. and Mrs. Vito Nardo 


The Belknap Family 


Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gray 


Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. O'Hearn 


Donna and Rene Berard 


Frank and Carol Grundstrom 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer 


Jere K. Birkenfeld 


Haff Business Forms 


Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Peterson 


Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Bishop 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Halpin 


Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips 


Eleanor Blair 


Mrs. Diane Hamon 


Mr. and Mrs. John Pignataro 


Mrs. Jean M. Booth 


Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Hamilton 


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Puleo 


Pat and Bud Brown 


Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hansel 


Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Raymond 


Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Browne 


Dr. and Mrs. O.K. Harhng 


Mr. and Mrs. James B. Rattray, Sr. 


Joan M. Burke 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heapes 


Arlene and Bob Richner 


Carmen Capezuto 


Dr. and Mrs. Russel Henriksen 


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Riley 


Dr. and Mrs. A. Alden Carpenter 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Heney 


Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Rizzotto 


Mr. and Mrs. John A. Carr 


Gerard and Margaret Hughes 


Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rudenauer 


Mr. and Mrs. James J. Carroll 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isabell 


Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Ruth 


Mr. and Mrs. James L. Childs 


Clint and Ellen Jones 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Scothorne 


Gordon and Martta Clogston 


Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Joyce 


Mr. and Mrs. John E. Shaw, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Colford 


Mr. and Mrs. James Koehlinger 


Sandi and Kim Shaw 


Earle and Irene Cooley 


Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruithoff 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Shea 


Mr. and Mrs. William M. Craig 


Ginny and Jerry Lamm 


Mr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Snover 


Mr. and Mrs. Steven Culler 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Leary 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snowber 


Mrs. Lucia E. Doroni 


Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Lenahan 


Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Sommer 


Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dunn, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Lincoln 


Mr. and Mrs. Cheney M. Stimson, Jr. 


Carol Earley 


Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Locke 


Geraldine Sullivan 


Walter and Marie Egan 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Lydon 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tambeau 


Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Emerson, Jr 


. The MacCune Family 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donald Thompson 


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Farrell 


Mr. and Mrs. C. William MacRae, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. William S. Thompson, Jr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Falvey 


Phylhs and Arnold Marglin 


Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Toomey 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Falvey 


Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Martin 


Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Verrochi 


Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ferrini 


Mr. and Mrs. William F. McManus 


Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Vitti 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Fitzgerald 


Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Meader 


Jeff and Maryann Ward 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Fournier 


Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Messina 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Warden 


Russell and Arcely French 


Mr. and Mrs. Herman Messmer 


Dr. and Mrs. Robert Zeller 



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THE HINGHAM JOURNAL 

73 South Street 
Hingham 

Frank H. McLean 
Editor 




Presti<je Imports 

22 POND STREET. <J ■ 

NORWELL, MA 02061 TELEPHONE 749-2057 — 871-0550 

MERCEDES-BENZ AND OATSUN 



CONTE'S DRESS SHOP 

"Feminine Apparel" 

8 Main Street — Hingham, Mass. 

Tel. 749-0109 




3A Foreign Cars, Inc. 

RTE 3-A HINGHAM INDUSTRIAL CENTER 
HINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS 02043 



JOHN A. TORCHIO 

(617)749-6790 

SPECIALIZED SERVICE OF MERCEDES-BENZ & PORSCHE 

FUEL INJECTION SPECIALIST 




Bus. 
Res. 


749-5963 
749-0845 








CLAY REAL ESTATE 






The Hingham Broker 
"To Serve You Best" 




Alexander Clay 


288 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO. 

49 Main Street 
Hingham, Ma. 02043 



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BEST WISHES 

BLOW OUT HAIR DESIGN 

40 Pleasant Street 
South Hingham, Mass. 

California Concept Hairdesign Center 

749-9620 



MACAULAY'S PHARMACY, INC. 
South Hingham 



749-4099 



REXALL 
Just off Queen 
Anne's Corner 
Route 53 



Sickroom Supplies 
Serving you 7 days 
a week — including 
holidays 





Nottingham 

A fine 
collection of 
contemporary 
fashions for 

women. (617)749-6993 

5-7 Main St., Hingham, Massachusetts 



Road Service 


749-9611 


A.J.'s EXXON SERVICE 


179 Lincoln St., Hingham, 


Mass. 02043 


Wheel Balancing 


Tires 


Front End Service 


Brakes 


Electronic Tune-Ups 


Lubrication 





The Country Fare 






in Hingham 






At Queen Anne's Corner 




Luncheon - 12-4 p.m Dinner - 


12-9 p m 




Sundays until 800 p m. 




CockiaiU 




Telephone 


Gift Shop 




749-2260 




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Congratulations 

To The Class Of 

"80" 



May Success Be 
Yours 



HINGHAM 

INSTITUTION 

for SAVINGS 



55 Main St., Hingham, Ma. 749-2200 

Central Street Drive-in 749-0209 

788 Washington St., Hanover, Ma. 826-5151 

401 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Ma. 925-2600 

37 Whiting St., So. Hingham 749-2262 



55 Main St., Hingham, Ma. 749-2200 

Central Street Drive-in 749-0209 

788 Washington St., Hanover, Ma. 826-5151 

401 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Ma. 925-2600 

37 Whiting St., So. Hingham 749-2262 



Deposits Insured in Full Under Massachusetts Law 



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TEL: (617) 749-3073 



n/AYLOR 

GOOD LUCK \\' RENTAL 

CLASS of '80 , ■ Ce^i^eyL^ r% 




TAYLOR 
RENTAL 
CENTER 



400 Lincoln St. Rt. 3A, Hingham, Ma. 02043 
Things To Rent For Every Event! 



CURTIS 



REALTY 



Brian P. Curtis 

Property Manager 

(617) 749-7033 



400 LINCOLN ST , HINGHAM. MASS 02043 

Commercial Real Estate 
and Development 

COMPLIMENTS OF CURTIS REALTY 



Compliments Of 

KEARN'S ANIMAL CLINIC, INC. 




DeWoIfe Realtors 
Greg Hall Division 



24 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



Bus. 749-3405 
Res. 749-3324 




ACCORD AUTO SUPPLY 

100 Derby Street 
Hingham Plaza 
Hingham, Mass. 



817-3010 
749^0404 



Nationally Advertised 
Branded Auto Parts & Accessories for all Passenger 

Cars & Trucks 
8-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8-5:00 Sat. 



Try Our Specialties 

Anyone who tastes them once will 
always remember them. 

HINGHAM HOUSE OF PIZZA 



Do You Want Faster Service? 

Phone 749-6779 

We Will Have It Ready For You 

Hingham Plaza 

100 Derby St. Hingham, Mass. 

Prices Subject To Change 



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JOHN MATTIE 
General Manager 

RIETZL PORSCHE AUDI, INC. 
59 Pond Street, Norweli, Mass. 02061 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO CLASS 1980 

A new lease 
on the good life. 



Telephone: 617 871-0777 




Before, there was really no 
alternative to owning a Porsche 
or an Audi. Either you owned 
all that engineering excellence, 
all that beautiful design, and 
all that incredible performance. 
Or you didn't. Now there is an 
alternative. You can lease the 
cars you always wanted to own. 

MAY WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT 

RIETZL 

PORSCHE + AUDI 

59 POND STREET, NORWELL 
(617)871-0777 
479-4500 



Compliments of 

THE HINGHAM SQUARE BOOKSHOP 

9 Main St. 



DYKEMAN'S PHARMACY 

19 Main Street 
Hingham Square 



established 1923 



749-0360 



THE HINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE 
BANK 

71 Main Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

TeL 749-0414 




%(aWh<«/ ) 



SOUTH SHORE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE 

Siana maae gifts fol ail occasions 



749-4384 



60 South Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



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Capebag (Eonstruction 



CUSTOM DESIGN 



BUS. - 749-1466 
RES. - 749-6430 



WAYNE WEST 

33 GARDNER ST. 

HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 



BOWL & BOARD 

— Wood Products — 

Bill Giarrusso 

140 North Street — Hingham, Mass. 

Phone 749-5451 

Home Phone 749-0565 



Compliments of 
HINGHAM CARPET SHOP 

Featuring Norman's of Salisbury Fabrics — 

148 North Street Hingham 
749-0194 749-7260 

Also Featuring Kitchens by Farina 



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Compliments of 

ARTHUR ROEBUCK CATERERS, INC. 

152 North Street Hingham 



Success In Your Chosen Endeavor 

THOMAS AUTO BODY SHOP, INC. 

15 Fort Hill St. 

Hingham, Mass. 02043 

749-1010 




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^otithd^^ote Cotuituf CMii' 



• O O L F I N O 

• SWIMMING 

• BOWLING 




• BANQUETS 

• OUTINGS 

• RECEPTIONS 



''v^: ■■■'.^■rit'J •■■ ' ':'.' 



HINGHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 02043 

PHONI 74a-t720 



30 Summer St.. 
Hingham. Mass.. 02043 REALTORS 




617-749-6966 




Roberta C. Madddx 

OWNER - MANAGER 



LOUISE DUFFEY TRAVEL AGENT INC. 
1D7 SOUTH STREET 

Hingham, mass. D2D43 



617-749-9500 




a unique shop offering 
unusual &. exclusive 

ilRTM^ORKS 

ttM Qranary mai1(*tpl«c« hingham harbor 



1^ 



Congratulations From 

DONALD P. SHEA INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

105 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 




MARINE HARDWARE / NAUTICAL GIFTS 



Jienoe s Uhibs i^hanaleru 



•AT THE IRON HORSE" 
HINGHAM HARBOR 



3 OTIS STREET. ROUTE 3A 
HINGHAM. MA 02043 
749-9855 



Res 749-0645 
OR 749-3486 



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At the Harbor — Route 3 A, Hingham 

Only the Choicest Foods and Liquors 

Served in a Restful Atmosphere 

At Reasonable Prices 

Whether It's Luncheon or a Full 

Course Dinner You're Sure 

to Enjoy It at 

YE OLDE MILL GRILLE 

Hingham Harbor 




749-9846 




J nc kI3^M C^-^oj 



The Traditional Man's Store ••• 

The Granary Marketplace, Hingham Harbor 



THE 

WHITNEY GORDONS, 

JEWELERS 

We Have an Extensive 

Collection of Fine Gifts 

and Jewelry. Come in and 

Browse. 

39 Main St., 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



749-0690 



Compliments Of 

RIZZOTTO'S SUPER MARKET 

99 South St. 
Hingham, Mass. 





IROCKLANDI 

TRUST COMPANY 



A FULL 

SERVICE 

BANK 



THERE IS A CONVENIENT ROCKLAND TRUST 
OFFICE NEAR YOU ON THE SOUTH SHORE! 

I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION! 



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NOBLE'S 
CAMERA SHOPS 



Compliments Of 

GEORGE A. COLE INSURANCE 
AGENCY 



104 South St. 



Hingham, Mass. 



749-2303 




Antiquarian Books 



(617) 749-1651 



HINGHAM BOOK HOUSE 

Est. 10-44 



JOHN p. Richardson 

112 NORTH ST. 



HINGHAM. MASS 02043 



Quarterboard Restaurant 

106 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 

Warren L. Perry 
749-9702 



Good grooming is your most 
important asset 

GLORIA'S COIFFURES 

749-9090 

Open Tues. — Sat. 8:30-5 

88 North Street 

Hingham, Ma. 02043 




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HINGHAM CENTER PHARMACY 

"At The Common" 
George W. Price Reg. Pharm. 

249 Main St. 

Hingham, Mass. 

749-1277 



* CARDS 

* GIFTWARE 

* JEWELRY 

* STATIONERY 

* PARTY SUPPLIES 


100 DERBY STREET 
HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 


larrEtt'fi 


749-1944 



KYANIZE 
PAINTS 

PAYNE'S COLOR MART 

wallpaper — paint — rental equipment 

art supplies 

Queen Anne's Corner 

Phone: 749-3264 

South Hingham, Mass. 02043 



OFFICE SUPPLIES 

Hingham Business 
Machine Co., Inc. 

84-86 North St., Hingham 
749-1801 

Marshfield Office Supply 
834-7991 



Best Wishes 
class of "80" 

Hingham Jewelers 



AL SAUNDERS TEXACO 

14 Whiting St. 
So, Hingham, Mass. 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1980 




*■ 



Welcome Aboard Travel Agency 



Kent Johnson 



32 Whiting Street (Rt. 53) 749-2900 



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Compliments of 

WALSH & PACKARD, INC. 

Hardware, Paints, Housewares, Toys 

Electrical Goods, Repairs, Garden Supplies 

31-33 Main Street 749-1447 Hingham, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1980 

wishing you a bright and happy future 

/vviiiiirslliiiillll! 

'^roartcL Ncunnes for Less I 




Compliments 
of 



Red<![badi 




Gompliments of 
7 — Eleven 

Route 53 Hingham, Mass. 



43 Whiting St. 

Rt. 53 

Hingham 



OPEN 24 hours 



serving hot coffee, 

fresh pastry and 

sandwiches 



Oh thank heaven! 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS of 1980 

From 

HINGHAM MUSIC CENTER 

52 South Street Hingham Square 



CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES 

To the Members of the 
Graduating Class of 1979 

SENATOR ALLAN R. McKINNON 



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Best of Luck Seniors 

As you take off into 

your future, may each 

new day bring you 

happiness. 



PAT CONNOLLY 
DODGE MURPHY STUDIOS 



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